Be Beautiful

60 tablets

with Coenzyme Q10
and NZ Marine Collagen

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Be Beautiful
Be Beautiful is a synergistic combination of NZ Grape Seed Extract and Marine Collagen extracted from NZ fish, along with Coenzyme Q10 which are essential for contributing to the health and vibrance of the skin. It also contains beneficial ingredients to enhance tissue repair and nutrition.
Ingredients: NZ Grape 15,000mg (Equivalent to Grape Seed 1800mg), NZ Marine Collagen 500mg, Green Tea 500mg, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 50mg, Lycopene 40mg, Bioflavonoids 30mg, Coenzyme Q10 10mg. This product contains tableting aids and coating colour. Some herbal extracts used.
Suggested Use: Adults: Take 1-2 tablets up to three times daily with food, or as professionally recommended. Best taken with Pro-life Daily Woman and Evening Primrose Oil to maintain an adequate daily nutrient intake.
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Cautions: Seek professional health advice if pregnant, lactating, suffering from a medical condition, taking medication, or a child before supplementing.

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Nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition. Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.